In 2001 it accounted for 376 of 1,584 (24%) isolates reported to the CDC, marking a tremendous increase in echovirus
13 detections in this country.
As very few people have immunity to echovirus
13, it is believed it could spread even among adults in the future, the institute said.
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Successful treatment of echovirus
meningoencephalitis and myositis-fasciitis with intravenous immune globulin therapy in a patient with X-linked agammaglobulinemia.
Because between 1970 and 2000 just 65 of 45,000 enterovirus isolates reported to the CDC were echovirus
13, the spectrum of disease associated with the virus is riot well established.
One reason that infants might get echovirus
infections in organs that aren't affected in adults is that the [VLA-2] receptor might be expressed in fetal life or early newborn life and then get shut off," he suggests.
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Coxsackie B virus, echovirus
, and adenovirus were long considered the most common causes of myocarditis.
Seroneutralization of CPE on cell culture allows the identification of seven echovirus
serotypes (E-4, E-6, E-13, E-11, E-25, and E-33).
Causes of rhabdomyolysis are numerous, including genetic disorders of metabolism, high fever, trauma, rheumatologic disorders, thyroid disorders, hypophosphatemia, alcohol or illicit drug use, and infections, most notably influenza virus types A and B, cytomegalovirus, echovirus
, coxsackievirus, toxoplasmosis, Legionella species, Francisella tularensis, Streptococcus, Staphylococcus, and known HIV-1 infection.
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